February 21, 2005
I'm picking uip good vibrations..
For a minute there, I thought I was viewing the greatest movie here. The Larynx and the voice starts off FABULOUSLY, with nice looking title cards, then a VOCAL over the credits (I'd be hard pressed to rmemeber the last industrial film that used a female vocal used for music for the start of a movie) we then watch and listen for a bit to the woman who's singing ("Bless This House" it turns out, I had to look it up). Then the camera closes up on her throat (nice choker there, lady) and then the narration begins about the larynx. We see some anatomical displays, and then they're going to film the larynx! What's so interesting here is that they TELL you about HOW they're going to do this, the film processes, instruments used etc. I tell you, one of the greatest scenes ever happens when a female model Yes, goes down on the camera instrument used for this. From there, it really goes down (literally) from there, as um, we're treated to about 15 minutes of the larynx in action. slow motion, fast motion etc. The narrator goes on and on about vibrations in the flaps.
The ending is somewhat interesting..